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Does anyone ever take melatonin to help with sleep?? I'm not sure but I thought I read people with MS are not supposed to....just wanted some feedback
Get out side :-) get it naturally. Also ensuring to exercise each day helps.
I take melatonin when my RLS is bad, it helps to relax me and prepare me for sleep.

Here are a couple of pro-melatonin articles about the possibilities of future melatonin / vitamin D research as it relates to MS.

There is often a confusion between Melanin and Melatonin, even on many of the other articles and pages dealing with melatonin and MS on the Internet, the similarity between the two words appears to be the cause of the confusion.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 131612.htm

http://www.scientificamerican.com/artic ... sclerosis/

There are 34 references to melatonin on the forums, if you search, and I couldn't find adverse information under the ones that I read, I'm still researching as I'm new to OMS and I'm trying to be 100% OMS compliant, so I'm reading everything I can find.

Be well, live long and prosper!
I take Melatonin occasionally when I need some help getting to sleep.

I have read that the anti-inflammatory properties are also useful to people with MS. In any event, based on my experience and research it is quite helpful with assisting good quality sleep and does not appear to have any negative side-effects.
As Farrier says: "There is often a confusion between Melanin and Melatonin,"
Getting outside and getting it naturally will have you producing Melanin, not Melatonin.
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